or Connect
AppleInsider › Forums › Mobile › iPhone › Wearables come together as Misfit launches official activity tracker for Pebble smart watch
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Wearables come together as Misfit launches official activity tracker for Pebble smart watch

post #1 of 3
Thread Starter 
Misfit and Pebble on Tuesday announced a new long-term partnership, beginning with the launch of an official Misfit activity tracking application that runs on the Pebble smart watch.




The newly launched Misfit application can now be downloaded from the Pebble app store for free. Misfit is best known for making the Shine hardware activity monitor which connects to Apple's iPhone. But with the new Pebble app, no such hardware accessory is necessary for activity tracking.

The new app allows users to track their steps and activity with a single glance. The Misfit app for Pebble also displays time and "points" for the day.

"We're delighted to provide our fitness tracking technology to Pebble; we want to see this capability offered to as many users as possible," said Sonny Vu, founder and CEO of Misfit.

In addition to running on the Pebble watch, the new wrist-borne Misfit app will also integrate with the official Misfit app for Apple's iOS. This enables users to set activity goals, track their progress, and share and compete with friends.

AppleInsider reviewed the Shine activity monitor last year, and praised Misfit's easy-to-understand graphical readout. The hardware has also been spotlighted in Apple's latest fitness-focused iPhone 5s advertisement.
post #2 of 3
This time next year, we'll all be looking back and saying "Yeah, Pebble was like the VisiCalc of smart watches." Nice first try, helped to validate the market, wiped out by superior competitors overnight.

Sent from my iPhone Simulator

Reply

Sent from my iPhone Simulator

Reply
post #3 of 3
Frog chorus: 'We all…come…together.'
Post from mstone to Benjamin Frost - "Perhaps that explains your lack of mental capacity. If I was your brother, I probably would have repeatedly smashed the side of your head with a cricket bat."
Reply
Post from mstone to Benjamin Frost - "Perhaps that explains your lack of mental capacity. If I was your brother, I probably would have repeatedly smashed the side of your head with a cricket bat."
Reply
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: iPhone
  • Wearables come together as Misfit launches official activity tracker for Pebble smart watch
AppleInsider › Forums › Mobile › iPhone › Wearables come together as Misfit launches official activity tracker for Pebble smart watch